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Donald Trump urged to come clean over alleged James Comey recordings

Comey has accused Trump of firing him to derail an investigation into Russian interference in United States elections and then lying about the motives for the move. They sent a separate request to T...

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US says Rodman did not help in NKorea release

Warmbier was arrested in Pyongyang in January 2016 after allegedly trying to steal a propaganda poster from his hotel. He was sentenced in March of that year. Two of the three other Americans bei...

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Did Dennis Rodman help secure Otto Warmbier's release from North Korea jail?

CNN , citing two unnamed North Korean officials, said Rodman was expected to arrive in Pyongyang on Tuesday, but gave no additional details on the objective of the trip. Rodman also appeared as a co...

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Does Comey have one more bombshell to reveal on Russia-Trump collusion?

Does Comey have one more bombshell to reveal on Russia-Trump collusion?

They also told McGahn that federal court decisions have established that only two types of executive privilege seeking to protect communications by the president could apply in Comey's case. Watch l...

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he was never briefed on Russia probe

Sessions , who was one of Trump's earliest campaign supporters, has admitted to meeting with Sergei Kislyak, Russia's ambassador to the United States, at least twice in 2016. During this week's he...

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Major blaze at residential tower block in London

Major blaze at residential tower block in London

Police and Fire Brigade personell rushed to the scene as dramatic pictures emerged on social media showing the flames licking up the side of the block. Police advised people to avoid the area surround...

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Trump cheerleaders turn on special counsel Robert Mueller

As expected, Mr Sessions also addressed a claim by former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey during his testimony to the committee last week that he had expressed his concern about ...

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Second Scottish Referendum Unlikely After Voters Punish SNP

Major losses for the Scottish National Party in Britain's general election could force First Minister Nicola Sturgeon to rethink her plans for independence and her strategy on Brexit , observers sa...

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Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan ends 'peace fast' after 28 hours

Asserting that the Chief Minister would take decision in the interest of farmers , another farmer said that they haven't seen any chief minister making so much effort for them. An organisation of far...

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Sessions brands Russian Federation collusion claims a 'detestable lie'

He did not, however, recuse himself from defending himself against false allegations. He also said the suggestion he was "aware of any collusion with the Russian government to hurt this country whic...

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US' Tillerson urges Saudi allies to ease Qatar blockade

US' Tillerson urges Saudi allies to ease Qatar blockade

A tweet from President Trump Tuesday tied Qatar to the "funding of radical ideology". "The nation of Qatar, unfortunately, has historically been a funder of terrorism at a very high level", T...

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White House expected to grant Pentagon authority for Afghanistan troop levels

White House expected to grant Pentagon authority for Afghanistan troop levels

About 8,500 US troops and another 5,000 other foreign allies are still stationed in Afghanistan, even though the official combat mission there ended in 2014. Mattis, meanwhile, agreed with McCain on T...

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Federal appeals court upholds freeze on Trump's travel ban

The US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit said the executive order showed discrimination towards those travelling based only on their nationality. She said she did not expect the Supreme Court t...

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Gingrich on Mueller: Can't Trust Someone Who Only Hires Dems

Many observers point to the close friendship between Mueller and former FBI Director James Comey, the Russian probe's star witness, in saying the independent counsel is already shaping up to be less ...

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Sessions Senate hearing fails to put Russian Federation rumours to rest

He also said the idea he colluded with the Kremlin was "an appalling and detestable lie ", vowing to defend his honor against what he called scurrilous and false allegations. Sessions said Trump ...

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Gov. Raimondo Reaffirms RI's Commitment To Paris Climate Agreement

The Environment Ministers of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, and the United Kingdom, and the European Commissioners responsible for environment and climate agree that the Paris agreement is...

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Murray, Wawrinka, Pliskova in action at French Open

Murray won a gripping 84-minute opening set on his way to a 7-6 (10-8) 7-5 6-0 victory over the Argentinian on Saturday. It looked a nightmare draw against a player falsely low in the rankings as he...

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions heatedly denies improper Russia contacts

Last week, Comey raised additional questions about Sessions' involvement, saying the FBI knew of reasons why it would be problematic for the attorney general to stay involved in the Russian Federati...

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(Some) Puerto Ricans vote for US statehood

With 97 percent of the vote counted, a total of 97.17 percent of the Puerto Ricans who turned out to vote in Sunday's plebiscite on the island's legal status opted for U.S. Attachments to cultural...

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North Korea considering a bid for 2030 World Cup

South Korea said it has recovered a crashed North Korean drone that was spying on a controversial US-built missile system that is being deployed in the country. The drone was believed to have crash...

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Ex-NBA player Rodman expected to arrive in North Korea Tuesday

Officials involved in securing Warmbier's release told The Post that it had nothing to do with Rodman's trip to Pyongyang, calling it a "bizarre coincidence" that might have been a deliberate ploy...

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AG Sessions: Accusations of Russian Federation collusion 'appalling'

His voice rising, Sessions fired back on any suggestion that he may have been involved in any coordination between the Kremlin and the Trump campaign - now the focus of the federal investigation into ...

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Mattis: 'We're Not Wining in Afghanistan'; McCain: Give Us a Strategy

Mattis, who testified alongside Joint Chiefs Chairman Joseph F. Dunford Jr., added that he expects to brief lawmakers about the new strategy in mid-July. The option would build logically on the Trump ...

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Seoul says North Korean soldier defects across DMZ

Meanwhile, South Korea's military said a North Korean soldier walked across the heavily mined border between the countries and defected to the South. During the June 29-30 talks, Trump and Moon will...

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Patty Jenkins not yet signed on to direct Wonder Woman sequel

The film, which had a production budget of $150 million, garnered an "A" CinemaScore from audiences and a 93% score on review site Rotten Tomatoes, which makes it one of the best-reviewed superhero mo...

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Trump invited to testify about his interactions with Comey

The agency issued that statement in response to The Wall Street Journal's Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request Monday, amid pointed questions following Trump's suggestion that there may be r...

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Britain's May in tough talks on forging governing alliance

Britain's May in tough talks on forging governing alliance

Coming off a bruising few days in which her future has hung in the balance, May will hope to secure a deal to prop up her minority government when she meets Arlene Foster , head of Northern Ireland'...

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S.Korea names new defence minister to counter North's arms threat

S.Korea names new defence minister to counter North's arms threat

But Pyongyang demanded Seoul first return a group of North Korean defectors, including 12 restaurant workers who sought asylum in the South a year ago. It added that recent missile tests have ...

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Speculation increasing that Trump will fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller

Rosenstein said he has seen no evidence of good cause to fire the special prosecutor overseeing the Russian Federation investigation. "I never said I spoke to the President", he added . Lindsey...

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Russia probe: Deputy AG wouldn't fire Mueller if unlawful

Russia probe: Deputy AG wouldn't fire Mueller if unlawful

Ruddy said the ethics behind Mueller's presence are concerning considering how he was appointed to be special counsel. Sekulow said he wasn't going to speculate on whether the president might order Mu...

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Jailed US student released in North Korea

Tillerson , at a U.S. Senate hearing on Tuesday, declined to comment on Warmbier's condition. His parents say he's in a coma . He was medically evacuated from the country early this week and is exp...

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Former FBI chief Comey testifies before Senate, blasts Trump for 'lies'

Trump had been uncharacteristically quiet on Thursday, refraining from live-tweeting Comey's testimony and relying on his personal attorney to respond afterward. Mr Comey also revealed that he had orc...

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Emirati ambassador: US should rethink its air base in Qatar

Emirati ambassador: US should rethink its air base in Qatar

Saudi Arabia's foreign minister has said there's no blockade on Qatar and that his country will provide food and medical supplies if needed. Saudi Arabia has banned the import of Bein Sports receive...

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Trump eyes Supreme Court after appeals court rejects travel ban

The panel of three judges ruled Monday that Trump's revised travel ban discriminated against people for their nationality without justification, violating USA immigration law. If the travel ban ...

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Sessions says he responded to Comey's concerns about Trump, contradicting Comey testimony

He met with Kislyak twice while he was a US senator. If he did have a conversation with the ambassador, it was "certainly nothing improper". The questioning from Sen. Sessions described the exchange...

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